Indie Authors

Exploring New York’s SoHo by Alfred Pommer & Eleanor Winters primarily focuses on the the people and events that make this  historically rich neighborhood.  The cast iron architectural masterpieces in SoHo “Cast Iron Historic District” are included.  In addition to photographs, we have Dutch artist Leendert van der Pool’s drawings and watercolors of  SoHo; cover painting also done by him.

Crossover: The Tale of Twin Brothers Living in Separate Worlds by Rhonda McAlister – A story full of love and drama! Find out what separated these brother that were once very close.

I Am More Than Just A Girl, by Leah Oviedo – An activity book and curriculum to empower young women with information, creative exercises, resources and loving acceptance.
Word Art and Affirmations, by Leah Oviedo – A book of affirmations and art.  Say goodbye to negative words and thoughts with these fun affirmations.

Summoning The Strength, by Stephanie Briggs – Forces believed to hold us down may in fact propel us upward. It’s all relative.

That Which Does Not Kill You, by Gazelle Simmons – Filled with triumph and tragedy, the heroin of this saga overcoming abuse, depression, adultery, single motherhood and Hurricane Katrina as she keeps the faith with her true warriors heart.

Stir, Laugh, Repeat, by Martha Cheves – Following her passion for cooking and in hot pursuit of just the right taste, Martha composed 100 recipes for cooks of all ages that are sure to satiate the appetites of any kind.

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8 comments

  1. Use the Contact Us page to submit your book. https://impoweryou.org/contact-us/

    1. Thanks for sharing. I want to add more authors to this page. Do you have a published book that I can add?

      1. actually I do!
        It is called ‘I AM Inspiration!’

        it is a beautiful colour text book on developing emotional intelligence in your child or classroom.

  2. Thanks Leah for the link! Take care and God bless!

    1. You’re welcome Gazelle.

  3. Thank you. I am very happy with it and excited to share the book with millions of girls and young women. This is part of a project I have been working on since High School and is very close to my heart.

  4. Great book! Keep up the good work.

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